New Hampshire School Administrators Association
SERESC SmartEDU, Inc.    March 25, 2017  
President

Dean Cascadden, SAU #67
Dean Cascadden, SAU #67
603-224-4728
NHSAA would like to welcome Dr. Dean Cascadden, Superintendent of Schools for the Bow and Dunbarton School Districts, as the 76th President of the New Hampshire School Administrators Association.

Dean is a New Hampshire native and a proud graduate of Littleton High School. He went to Dartmouth College, student taught at Hanover High, and had his first public school job teaching biology at Lebanon High. Dean then taught in private schools, administered at the Dartmouth Area Christian Fellowship School, and worked summers at Cardigan Mountain School.

Taking a five year teaching hiatus, Dean went to Regent University in Virginia Beach for his master's degree and then moved to College of William and Mary for his doctorate in educational leadership. He then spent one year training principals at Oswego State University in upstate New York.

Dean returned to his native New Hampshire as the principal of Newfound Memorial Middle School in Bristol for six years, and then commuted to the North Country to be the curriculum director. He then became the superintendent of White Mountain Regional, SAU 36, for 4 years. He has been Superintendent of SAU 67 for the last decade, which included Bow only and now serves both Dunbarton and Bow.

Dean has been involved in a number of state initiatives and committees including Best Schools, Follow the Child, Chair of the Professional Standards Board, and Commissioner's Task Forces for Evaluation and Effective Teaching. He has taught Research Methods at Plymouth State University for 14 years and has been an adjunct with the New England College and the Southern New Hampshire University doctoral programs.

Dean says, I am very excited to be the president of NHSAA at this time when the torch is being passed from Mark Joyce to Carl Ladd. I believe NHSAA is a leader in education for the state of New Hampshire and we live up to our motto of being Champions for Children every day.

Dean is married to Crystal, who has stuck with him since Littleton High School, and they have four grown children: Nora, Dean Jr., and Carter graduated from Newfound; and Ian graduated from Bow.

Deans family is a product of the excellent New Hampshire education system, and he is very excited to lead NHSAA forward to support and improve the systems that support our students.

Executive Board
  • President
    Dean Cascadden, SAU #67
    603-224-4728

  • President- Elect
    Terri Forsten, SAU #08
    603-225-0811

  • Vice-President
    Jeni Mosca, SAU #56
    603-692-4450

  • Past President
    Charles Littlefield, SAU #15
    603-622-3731

    Directors
  • Director 2017
    Brendan Minnihan, SAU #30
    603-524-5710

  • Director 2018
    Paul Bousquet, SAU #20
    603-466-3632

  • Director 2019
    Lorraine Tacconi-Moore, SAU #24
    603-428-3269

  • Director 2020
    Pierre Couture, SAU #35
    603-444-3925

    Regional Chairpersons
  • South East
    Gail Kushner, SAU #74
    603-664-2715

  • South West
    Russell Holden, SAU #85
    603-763-4627

  • South Central
    Chip McGee, SAU #25
    603-472-3755

  • Lakes Region
    Kathleen Cuddy-Egbert, SAU #49
    603-569-1658

  • North Country
    Corinne Cascadden, SAU #74
    603-752-6500

    NHSAA Staff
  • Executive Director/ Treasurer
    Carl M. Ladd
    1-866-753-4479 (Toll Free)
    603-225-3230 (Phone)

  • Special Education Support Center Director
    Jennifer Pomykato
    1-866-753-4479 (Toll Free)
    603-225-3230 (Phone)

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